Each year, 1,440 new cases of colon cancer are diagnosed in Kansas alone, and the disease is responsible for 51,000 deaths nationwide. Because screening rates are low, more than 50 percent of colon cancers are found at late stages, which only contributes to the death toll. But by joining Kansas Association of Gastroenterologists and partnering with fellow doctors who share the mission of preventing colon cancer, you can be part of a statewide movement that saves lives and battles the second-deadliest cancer in the nation.

Join now and help us make Kansas the leading state in colon cancer screening.